2014 was a bittersweet season for the Lincoln Financial Field faithful. The team finished with a more-than-respectable 10-6 record under head coach Chip Kelly, but still missed out on a playoff berth. They’ll be back in contention in 2015, and that means Philadelphia Eagles tickets are a must.
Last season’s stars Nick Foles and LeSean McCoy are gone. Newly-acquired quarterback Sam Bradford has the keys to Kelly’s explosive offense now.
Sitting in the heart of Philadelphia’s preeminent sports complex, the Linc enters its second decade still one of the most enjoyable football venues in America. 69,000 fans rock this place every Sunday, and they’re notorious for their passion—passion that can occasionally tip into outright zealotry.
Spacious concourses and open-air areas make Lincoln Financial one of the most pleasant stadiums to navigate. The menu is decked out with traditional Philly staples like cheesesteaks and soft pretzels, and the beer list features both your standard Budweisers and local favorites like Dogfish Head and Victory IPAs. There’s plenty of parking, and you can take the Broad Street SEPTA line to the game as well if you prefer.
Make sure to stop by the XFinity Live Center before and after the football game as well. It’s one of the most raucous and entertaining tailgate venues in the NFL.